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End of NATO's longest international mission

30.04.2021 16:21
Nearly 10,000 international troops have started withdrawing from Afghanistan. By September 11, soldiers from the US, Britain and also Poland are expected to be back home.
Image: Amber ClayPixabay
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What’s next for Afghanistan? “It’s a new chapter,” says the country's ambassador to Poland, Tahir Qadiry.

Speaking to Polish Radio’s Wojciech Cegielski, the diplomat said that the Polish presence in Afghanistan over the last 20 years was not wasted.

He added that despite the still tense situation in his country, progress has been achieved and the life of ordinary people has largely improved.